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    What a surprising game is this. I am talking about WWE Smackdown VS Raw 2009. The game is about fighting which is taking place between two players. I think wrestling is very famous in the gents. The game has a lot joy. The game has different modes. The modes have ability that you can create them with your choice because all of the game is dependent on them. The arrangement of the players is also added in the game. In these arrangements the user can set all the players like in single player, multi-player

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    The WWE UNIVERSE OF BUSINESS

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    trading as WWE is one of the several entertainment companies based in America that are privately owned and controlled and publicly traded that concentrates on professional wrestling. Majority of their income is based on the music, films, product licensing as well as direct product sales. It is apparently the largest professional wrestling company in the world with a viewership of up to 13 million people in the USA only and reaching out to other 145 countries in 30 different languages. WWE has two major

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    why does fake, scripted competition have such a massive and deeply loyal fan base? The answer lies in one simple viewing of WWE Raw, a wrestling program that embodies all the unique elements that cultivate such a large following. World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) is simply one cross-section of the modern form of wrestling. The flagship program produced by the WWE is Raw. Aired live every Monday night from arenas across the United States, this program attracts thousands of live audience members

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    Test

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    sports entertainment, one company stands head and shoulders above the rest. WWE is the worldwide leader in sports entertainment, drawing in a global audience to their TV shows on a weekly basis. However, given recent revelations surrounding regarding violations of federal security laws, a tumbling stock price and most importantly falling TV ratings, it is evident that crown is slipping for the head of the king of the ring. WWE are now facing big questions about content, finances and why are fans are

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    Essay On Stone Cold

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    Do you ever watch wrestling? Anything like WWE? TNA? Or NXT? Have you heard of the attitude era during a match or the show and have no idea what it is or who started it? Well, if you heard of the phrase the attitude era then you must have heard of the legendary Stone Cold Steve Austin. Stone Cold, for short, has been in the wrestling industry since the 1990’s. Back in the 1990’s, the wrestling industry was called WWF which stands for world wrestling federation. During the attitude era, Stone Cold’s

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    Raw Review

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    Randy doesn't like celebrities and he doesn't blame him, because he doesn't either. Edge says he called WWE headquarters, and he complained. They tweeted Edge back and said they agreed, so from here on out guest hosts will have no authority on Raw. Edge says they need a permanent GM, and here comes Vickie!. She says despite her past with Edge, she is here to be a true professional. She says WWE will not condone of Randy attacking celebrities, and that Orton will be reprimanded. Orton asks Vickie to

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    Is today’s news a truthful account of the day’s events? Is it a blatant attempt to guide the reader’s reaction to keep interests high? Or do entertainment corporations trying to make a profit overrun today’s news? Should there be certain standards of journalism in news today? To answer these questions, the reader must understand the definition of news. Jack Fuller best defines news as “a report of what a news organization has recently learned about matters of some significance or interest to the

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    Let's Rank the Clique

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    Let's Rank the Clique! In case you don't know, the Clique was an infamous backstage of friends (Triple H, Kevin Nash, Shawn Michaels, Scott Hall and X-Pac/Sean Waltman) who reportedly managed to find ways to manipulate Vince McMahon and the WWF's booking to their own advantage for a few years during the mid-90's. They were all members of the WWF's "Next Generation" of superstars who were supposed to usher in a new era of WWF product. They were all being pushed as young and cool. Not as cool as the

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    WWF Review

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    Survivor Series 1999 is memorable for a lot of things, but not many of them good. When was the last time you heard a crowd yell "Boring" during a Kurt Angle match?. The running over Austin storyline was well done, but The whole Big Show experiment turned out to be a failure, The Rock or Triple H should have went over here. 1999 was exciting a lot of the time, but also way overbooked at times, and this event proves it. Your hosts are. Jerry Lawler and Jim Ross. The Godfather, D'Lo Brow&The Head

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    World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc.”WWE” is a publicly traded organization with a variety business portfolio. The company achievement of itself to be a leader in Global Entertainment. Founded by Jess Mc Mahon and Toots Mondt in 1952, it is the largest professional wrestling promotion in the world, and consists of the following business units:Live and Televised Entertainment,Consumer Products and Digital Media. WWE is recognized as a leader in providing entertainment related to sports years now.

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